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									                                           SKILLS PROGRAMME: Master Trainer


                                                              Investment
Activity: Mas t er T r ai ne r                                                              Cost


5 day Traini ng Works hop                                                     R 435 0 per lea rn er

M e n t or i n g                                                              I nc l u de d i n f ee

V e n ue & Me al s – R7 50 Di sco unt if c li e nt pro v i d e ow n           I nc l u de d i n f ee
ve nue and meals

P or t f o li o A s s e s s men t                                             Included in fee

A s s e s s m en t C o l l e g e C e r ti f i c at i on                       Included in fee
( ET DP SE TA en dors e d)

VAT                                                                           R 609

Total for 1 learner                                                           R 4959

                                                          Value Adding Services

Included in the above investment are specialised tools that will greatly help your learners
towards certification.

1. Learner Assessors Evaluation Report. This is virtually a step-by-step checklist (Learning “road
map”) that a learner will use to progressively track his or her progress in implementing the learning that
they have received to become a certificated.

2. Portfolio of Evidence Framework. Critical to certification is the “evidence” that a person must
submit to prove that they are competent. Nationally this has become the “wall” that many learners come
up against. To ease them through this wall we have developed an extremely user-friendly framework
around which the learners can build their evidence.


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                            Training Process

                              Initial training
                             5- Day workshop




                                  Mentoring
               ongoing after initial training
               Agenda: guide and support learner assessors on
               assessment portfolio




                                 Assessment
                   Learners submit a portfolio of evidence




        Competent                              Not yet Competent
ETD Consulting Certification –          Advise and mentor on areas for
ETDQA endorsed                          improvement




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Purpose
This programme will assist current and prospective ETD Practitioners to identify skills gaps,
design or customise learning materials, coordinate and evaluate the preceding ETD cycle. This
skills programme addresses the core functions of ETD Practitioners as illustrated in the following
unit standards and ODETD Qualification exit level outcomes:

Skills Programme Outcomes
 Occupational Development Education Training & Developments Practices Qualifications
 SAQA ID 50334 National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development
 Practices on NQF level 5 with 120 credits
 SAQA ID 50333 National Diploma: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development
 Practices on NQF level 5 with 240 credits
 SAQA ID 50331 National Certificate: Occupationally Directed Education, Training and Development
 Practices on NQF level 6 with 145 credits
 SAQA ID 50330 Bachelor: Occupationally Directed Education Training and Development Practices on
 NQF completion of this
After level 6 with 360 creditsskills programme, the learner will be able to
Unit 1 Learning Outcomes
 Unit Standards
     1. Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and other
         purposes (L6, C4, and SAQA ID 15218, 2010-04-03)
     2. Design Outcomes-based learning Programmes (L6, C15, SAQA ID 123401, 2009-08-31).
     3. Develop outcomes-based learning programmes (L5, C12, SAQA ID 123394, 2009-08-31).
     4. Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organization (L5, C6, SAQA ID
         15232, 2006-12-03).
     5. Evaluate a learning intervention using given evaluation instruments (L5, C10, SAQA ID 123397,
         2009-08-31.

After completion of this unit, the learner will be able to

1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the following
       •   Forms of practice that promote the values described in Bill of Rights / Employment
           Equity Act.
       •   Discuss Legislation as it pertains to training and development in the workplace – Skills
           Development Act, Skills Levies Act and SAQA Act.
       •   Briefly discuss The National Skills Development Strategy.

This Unit covers the Embedded Knowledge from Unit Standards:
US 123401 Design outcomes-based learning programmes
US123394 Develop outcomes-based learning programmes
       Principles and mechanisms of the NQF
       Outcomes-based education, training and development


Unit 2 - Determine Training Needs

Learning Outcomes
After completion of this unit, the learner will be able to

After completion of this unit, the learner will be able to

1. Establish training needs for teams and individuals by conducting a Training Needs Assessment
that includes the following steps:

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           −   determination of needs assessment objectives,
           −   identification of the target group,
           −   choosing a sampling method,
           −   deciding upon data collection methods,
           −   designing data collection instruments,
           −   establishment of needs assessment implementation protocols,
           −   analysis of data,
           −   decision making based on data collect, and
           −   writing of a learning needs report


2. Assess the performance of individuals and teams based on performance outcomes established
   after compiling a job profile or conducting a job analysis.

3. Identify and prioritise learners` learning requirements by making decisions based on needs
   assessment findings.

1. Able to apply the same data collection process, methods and instruments when evaluating
learning intervention, which includes
       The confirmation of evaluation criteria that are objective, measurable, sufficient and suited
       to the agreed purpose of the evaluation. The criteria are confirmed to be aligned with the
       organisational quality assurance system.

       The selection of evaluation instruments that make use of strategies, methodologies,
       research methods and information sources that is appropriate to the purpose and context
       of the evaluation.

       The selection of evaluation instruments that enable valid, sufficient and reliable data to be
       generated within time and budgetary constraints, and to achieve the purposes of the
       evaluation.

       The inclusion of instruments that can include the following data gathering techniques:
       questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, observation.

       The adjustment of evaluation instruments to ensure they will generate the data that are
       required to achieve the evaluation purpose.

       The sorting and summarising of data into categories that validly reflect the purpose and
       serve to focus attention on particular areas.

       Display of data in a way that aids analysis and interpretation.
       The identification of trends, patterns, and comparisons validly reflect the data.
       The interpretation of data that are consistent with the data and are free of bias.
       Ensure that findings are unbiased reflections of the data and are supported by evidence.
       Collect and recorded data in accordance with the evaluation plan.
       Collect data from a representative sample of the target group in accordance with the
       evaluation plan.

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       Collect data in relation to key quality indicators, including cost, time, outcomes achieved
       and manageability.

       Record data without errors or omissions.




In this Unit, the specific outcomes from the following Unit Standards are covered:
US 15218 Conduct an analysis to determine outcomes of learning for skills development and
other purposes


US 123397 Evaluate a learning intervention using given evaluation instruments
Outcome 3 Analyse and interpret data.
Outcome 4 Collect and record data.

In this Unit, the embedded knowledge from the following Unit standard is covered:
US 15232 Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation
        Methods of gathering, analysing and recording data


Unit 3 – Draft Framework for Learning Programme Development & Design

Learning Outcomes
After completion of this unit, the learner will be able to

   1. Identify the need for materials after review of existing materials and identification of
      current material needs based on needs assessment findings.

   2. Ddemonstrate outcomes-based forms of developing training materials in line with aims /
      objectives of NQF and SDS.

   3. Plan and prepare for programme material development by producing a development plan
      including timelines, costs (budgetary constraints), equipment, resources, support personnel
      and services and commissioning of special components.

   4. Develop outcomes to be achieved through the materials by aligning learning programme
      outcomes with unit standard outcomes or by writing own learning programme outcomes.

   5. Draft well written learning outcomes, clarifying scope and performance standards that
      reflect learning needs in a language appropriate to the field.

   6. Identify target group and ensure learning material design and development is aimed at
      target group level.

   7. Conduct an analysis of the learning design by analysing a unit standard / s and designing
      an outcomes-based draft brief (framework) for the development of learning material
      (learner manuals, facilitator guides and assessment guides) that includes facilitation
      activities and methods and assessment methods aimed at learning and assessment in
      cognitive, psychomotor and affective domains.

   8. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of adult learning principles.

   9. Demonstrate that organisation quality assurance requirements are met in terms of material
      design and development.

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   10. Select resources to be used, taking note of copyright and patent right legislation.

   11. Develop drafts of learning materials and organize for expert review of materials.

   12. Complete final production of learning material.

This Unit covers the following Unit Standard Outcomes:
US 123401 Design outcomes-based learning programmes
Outcome 1 Draft learning outcomes for the programme
Outcome 2 Conduct analysis of learning design
Outcomes 3 Design learning programme
Outcome 4 Draft a brief for the development of a learning programme
US 123394 Develop outcomes-based learning programmes
Outcome 1 Plan and prepare for development
Outcome 2 Develop learning material
Outcome 3 Develop a facilitation guidelines

US 15232 Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation
Outcome 2 Plan and organise learning interventions
Outcome 3 Coordinate learning interventions

This Unit covers the Embedded Knowledge in the Unit Standards:
US 123401 Design outcomes-based learning programmes
US 123394 Develop outcomes-based learning programmes
       Principles of Assessment
       Learning Styles and methodologies
       Potential barriers to learning

US 15232 Coordinate planned skills development interventions in an organisation
       Key mechanism for training and developing people
       A variety of learning methodologies


Unit 4 - Organise Training

Learning Outcomes
After completion of this unit, the learner will be able to

1. Plan, Organize and Coordinate learning / training interventions for teams and individuals
according to organizational quality assurance requirements that will include the following activities:
    − piloting of the training programme,
    − providing training for individuals, and
    − providing training for groups

In this Unit, the specific outcomes from the following Unit Standards are covered:
US 123401 Design outcomes-based learning programmes
Outcome 5 Evaluate learning design (Assessment criteria 1)
US 123394 Develop outcomes-based learning programmes
Outcome 4 Pilot the learning programme




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Unit 5 - Evaluate Training Programmes

Learning Outcomes
After completion of this unit, the learner will be able to
   1. Define the purpose and scope of the evaluation in terms of stakeholder requirements.
   2. Develop the plan providing details of the purpose and subject of the evaluation, roles and
       responsibilities of participants, sample sizes, frequency and timing of data gathering,
       venue/s, logistics, resource requirements and reporting mechanisms.
   3. The evaluation plan is agreed with relevant stakeholders, and enables the achievement of
       the evaluation purpose within time and budgetary constraints.
   4. Design, implement and adapt (where necessary) evaluation strategies for learnerships /
       earning programmes by making use of Kirkpatrick’s Model of Evaluation.
   5. Identify strengths and weaknesses of learning programmes in order to make
       recommendation and improvements.
   6. Compare / match / judge evaluation results based on evaluation findings and evaluate the
       feasibility of evaluation-generated recommendations for future improvements.
   7. Reflect on the effectiveness of the evaluation strategies by reviewing the evaluation
       process.
   8. Review and report on learning interventions, including the writing of a Training Programme
       Evaluation Report.
   9. Ensure that the summary and presentation of results validly reflect the data and are in a
       form that is meaningful to recipients.
   10. Make the limitations of data interpretation explicit.
   11. Compare evaluation results with related external data, where available, so that valid
       conclusions can be drawn.
   12. Make raw data available in an organised form that can be accessed by recipients within the
       constraints of relevant policy and legislation.
   13. Formulate recommendations in consultation with relevant stakeholders, and are relevant to
       the context, feasible, can be justified in terms of the findings and evaluation purpose, and
       promote the improvement of learning interventions.
   14. Reviewed the evaluation process by analysing it in terms of strengths, weaknesses and
       fitness for purpose.
   15. Identify opportunities and mechanisms to improve upon the process and record these for
       integration into future evaluations.

     In this Unit, the specific outcomes from the following Unit Standards are covered:
     US 123394 Develop outcomes-based learning programmes
     Outcome 4 Evaluate the development of the learning programme

     US 123401 Design outcomes-based learning programmes
     Outcome 4 Pilot and evaluate learning programmes (Assessment Criteria 2, 3, 4, 5)

     US 123397 Evaluate a learning intervention using given evaluation instruments
     Outcome 1 Plan and prepare for the evaluation (Assessment criteria 1, 7, 8)
     Outcome 4 Compile an evaluation report
     Outcome 5 Review the evaluation process.




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Duration
5 Days initial training with 1 day mentoring six weeks thereafter.

Delivery Strategy
-   The learning programme is outcomes-based and focuses on workplace application.
-   The methodology is outcomes-based and upholds the principles and objectives of the
    NQF and SAQA.
-   The activities are comprehensive, theory-rich, practical and experiential in nature
    with emphasis on integrating foundational, practical and reflective competence.

Assessment

During the workshop, participants are briefed on how to present an evidence portfolio
for assessment.

When a candidate is found competent, and ETD Consulting received endorsement from
the ETDP SETA, we will issue the necessary certificate.




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